James Stewart - 100 Years of Movie Posters - 38

Rear Window (1954)
Rear Window (1954)

A Chronology of James Stewart Movie Posters 1938-1976.

James Maitland Stewart (1908-1997) was born in Indiana, Pennsylvania.

He was Oscar nominated 5 times, winning for The Philadelphia Story (1940).

He received a special Oscar in 1985 "For his fifty years of memorable performances,, for his high ideals both on and off the screen, with respect and affection of his colleagues."

James Stewart has appeared in 80 films, this hub showcases poster art from 39 of those movies.

You Can't Take it With You (1938)
You Can't Take it With You (1938)


You Can't Take it With You (1938) Directed by Frank Capra. 126mins.

Jean Arthur - Alice Sycamore
Lionel Barrymore - Martin Vanderhof
James Stewart - Tony Kirby
Edward Arnold - Anthony P. Kirby
Mischa Auer - Kolenkhov
Ann Miller - Essie Carmichael
Spring Byington - Penny Sycamore
Samuel S. Hinds - Paul Sycamore
Donald Meek - Poppins
H.B. Warner - Ramsey

IMDB rating 7.9

It's a Wonderful World (1939)
It's a Wonderful World (1939)

It's a Wonderful World (1939) Directed by W.S. Van Dyke. 86mins.

Claudette Colbert - Edwina Corday
James Stewart - Guy Johnson
Guy Kibbee - Fred 'Cap' Streeter
Nat Pendleton - Sergeant Fred Koretz
Frances Drake - Vivian Tarbel
Edgar Kennedy - Lieutenant Miller

IMDB rating 7.0

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)






Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) Directed by Frank Capra. 129mins.

Jean Arthur - Clarissa Saunders
James Stewart - Jefferson Smith
Claude Rains - Sen. Joseph Harrison Paine
Edward Arnold - Jim Taylor
Guy Kibbee - Gov. Hubert Hopper
Thomas Mitchell - Diz Moore
Eugene Pallette - Chick McGann
Beulah Bondi - Ma Smith
H.B. Warner - Senate Majority Leader - Agnew
Harry Carey - President of the Senate - Henry

IMDB rating 8.4

Destry Rides Again (1939)
Destry Rides Again (1939)




Destry Rides Again (1939) Directed by George Marshall. 94mins.

Marlene Dietrich - Frenchy
James Stewart - Tom Destry Jr.
Mischa Auer - Boris
Charles Winninger - Washington Dimsdale
Brian Donlevy - Kent
Allen Jenkins - Gyp Watson
Una Merkel - Lily Belle
Samuel S. Hinds - Judge Slade
Jack Carson - Jack Tyndall

IMDB rating 7.7

The Shop Around the Corner (1940)
The Shop Around the Corner (1940)



The Shop Around the Corner (1940) Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. 99mins.

Margaret Sullavan - Klara Novak
James Stewart - Alfred Kralik
Frank Morgan - Hugo Matuschek
Joseph Schildkraut - Ferencz Vadas
Sara Haden - Flora
Felix Bressart - Pirovitch
William Tracy - Pepi Katona

IMDB rating 8.0

The Philadelphia Story (1940)
The Philadelphia Story (1940)


The Philadelphia Story (1940) Directed by George Cukor. 112mins.

Cary Grant - C.K. Dexter Haven
Katharine Hepburn - Tracy Lord
James Stewart - Macaulay Connor
Ruth Hussey - Elizabeth Imbrie
John Howard - George Kittredge
Roland Young - Uncle Willie
John Halliday - Seth Lord
Mary Nash - Margaret Lord
Virginia Weidler - Dinah Lord
Henry Daniell - Sidney Kidd

IMDB rating 8.1

It's a Wonderful Life (1946) Spanish poster
It's a Wonderful Life (1946) Spanish poster

It's a Wonderful Life (1946) Directed by Frank Capra. 130mins.

James Stewart - George Bailey
Donna Reed - Mary Hatch
Lionel Barrymore - Henry F. Potter
Thomas Mitchell - Uncle Billy Bailey
Henry Travers - Clarence
Beulah Bondi - Ma Bailey
Frank Faylen - Ernie Bishop
Ward Bond - Bert
Gloria Grahame - Violet Bick
H.B. Warner - Mr. Gower
Frank Albertson - Sam Wainwright

IMDB rating 8.7

Rope (1948) Italian poster
Rope (1948) Italian poster



Rope (1948) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 80mins.

James Stewart - Rupert Cadell
John Dall - Brandon
Farley Granger - Phillip
Cedric Hardwicke - Mr. Kentley
Edith Evanson - Mrs. Wilson
Douglas Dick - Kenneth
Joan Chandler - Janet
Constance Collier - Mrs. Atwater

IMDB rating 8,1

Call Northside 777 (1948) Italian poster
Call Northside 777 (1948) Italian poster


Call Northside 777 (1948) Directed by Henry Hathaway. 112mins.

James Stewart - P.J. (Jim) McNeal
Richard Conte - Frank W. Wiecek
Lee J. Cobb - Brian Kelly
Helen Walker - Laura McNeal
Betty Garde - Wanda Skutnik
John McIntire - Sam Faxon

IMDB rating 7.4

Winchester 73 (1950)
Winchester 73 (1950)

Winchester '73 (1950) Directed by Anthony Mann. 92mins.

James Stewart - Lin McAdam
Shelley Winters - Lola Manners
Dan Duryea - Waco Johnny Dean
Stephen McNally - Dutch Henry Brown
Millard Mitchell - High Spade
Charles Drake - Steve Miller
John McIntire - Joe Lamont
Will Geer - Wyatt Earp
Rock Hudson - Young Bull
Tony Curtis - Doan

IMDB rating 7.8

Broken Arrow (1950)
Broken Arrow (1950)



Broken Arrow (1950) Directed by Delmer Daves. 93mins.

James Stewart - Tom Jeffords
Jeff Chandler - Cochise
Debra Paget - Sonseeahray ('Morningstar')
Basil Ruysdael - Gen. Oliver Howard
Will Geer - Ben Slade
Arthur Hunnicutt - Milt Duffield

IMDB rating 7.2

Harvey (1950)
Harvey (1950)

Harvey (1950) Directed by Henry Koster. 104mins

James Stewart - Elwood P. Dowd
Josephine Hull - Veta Louise Simmons
Peggy Dow - Miss Kelly
Charles Drake - Dr. Sanderson
Cecil Kellaway - Dr. Chumley
Victoria Horne - Myrtle Mae Simmons
Jesse White - Wilson

IMDB rating 8.1

The Greatest Show on Earth (1952) Belgian poster
The Greatest Show on Earth (1952) Belgian poster
The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)
The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)


The Greatest Show on Earth (1952) Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. 152mins.

Betty Hutton - Holly
Cornel Wilde - The Great Sebastian
Charlton Heston - Brad Braden
Dorothy Lamour - Phyllis
Gloria Grahame - Angel
Henry Wilcoxon - FBI Agent Gregory
Lyle Bettger - Klaus
Lawrence Tierney - Mr. Henderson
James Stewart - 'Buttons'

IMDB rating 6.8

Bend of the River (1952) Belgian poster
Bend of the River (1952) Belgian poster



Bend of the River (1952) Directed by Anthony Mann. 91mins.

James Stewart - Glyn McLyntock
Arthur Kennedy - Emerson Cole
Rock Hudson - Trey Wilson
Jay C. Flippen - Jeremy Baile
Julie Adams - Laura Baile
Lori Nelson - Marjie Baile
Stepin Fetchit - Adam
Harry Morgan - Shorty

IMDB rating 7.3

The Naked Spur (1953) Spanish poster
The Naked Spur (1953) Spanish poster

The Naked Spur (1953) Directed by Anthony Mann. 91mins.

James Stewart - Howard Kemp
Janet Leigh - Lina Patch
Robert Ryan - Ben Vandergroat
Ralph Meeker - Roy Anderson
Millard Mitchell - Jesse Tate

IMDB rating 7.4

The Far Country (1954)
The Far Country (1954)



The Far Country (1954) Directed by Anthony Mann. 97mins.

James Stewart - Jeff Webster
Ruth Roman - Ronda Castle
Corinne Calvet - Renee Vallon
Walter Brennan - Ben Tatum
John McIntire - Gannon
Jay C. Flippen - Rube
Harry Morgan - Ketchum

IMDB rating 7.2

The Glenn Miller Story (1954)
The Glenn Miller Story (1954)



The Glenn Miller Story (1954) Directed by Anthony Mann. 115mins.

James Stewart - Glenn Miller
June Allyson - Helen Berger Miller
Harry Morgan - Chummy MacGregor
Charles Drake - Don Haynes
George Tobias - Si Schribman
Barton MacLane - Gen. Hap Arnold, USAAF

IMDB rating 7.1

Rear Window (1954)
Rear Window (1954)

Rear Window (1954) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 112mins.

James Stewart - L.B. Jefferies
Grace Kelly - Lisa Carol Fremont
Wendell Corey - Det. Lt. Thomas Doyle
Thelma Ritter - Stella
Raymond Burr - Lars Thorwald
Judith Evelyn - Miss Lonelyhearts

IMDB rating 8.7

Strategic Air Command (1955)
Strategic Air Command (1955)



Strategic Air Command (1955) Directed by Anthony Mann. 112mins.

James Stewart - Lt. Col. Robert 'Dutch' Holland
June Allyson - Sally Holland
Frank Lovejoy - Gen. Ennis C. Hawkes
Barry Sullivan - Lt. Col. Rocky Samford
Alex Nicol - Ike Knowland
Bruce Bennett - Gen. Espy
Jay C. Flippen - Tom Doyle

IMDB rating 6.2

The Man from Laramie (1955)
The Man from Laramie (1955)
The Man from Laramie (1955) Italian poster
The Man from Laramie (1955) Italian poster


The Man from Laramie (1955) Directed by Anthony Mann. 104mins.

James Stewart - Will Lockhart
Arthur Kennedy - Vic Hansbro
Donald Crisp - Alec Waggoman
Cathy O'Donnell - Barbara Waggoman
Alex Nicol - Dave Waggoman
Wallace Ford - Charley O'Leary
Jack Elam - Chris Boldt

IMDB rating 7.4

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) Belgian poster
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) Belgian poster

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 120mins.

James Stewart - Dr. Benjamin McKenna
Doris Day - Josephine Conway McKenna
Brenda De Banzie - Lucy Drayton
Bernard Miles - Edward Drayton
Ralph Truman - Inspector Buchanan
Daniel Gélin - Louis Bernard
Christopher Olsen - Hank McKenna
Reggie Nalder - Rien

IMDB rating 7.6

The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) Spanish poster
The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) Spanish poster


The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) Directed by Billy Wilder. 135mins.

James Stewart - Charles Lindbergh
Murray Hamilton - Bud Gurney
Patricia Smith - Mirror Girl
Bartlett Robinson - Benjamin Frank Mahoney
Marc Connelly - Father Hussman
Arthur Space - Donald Hall
Charles Watts - O.W. Schultz

IMDB rating 7.2

Night Passage (1957) Belgian poster
Night Passage (1957) Belgian poster

Night Passage (1957) Directed by James Neilson. 90mins.

James Stewart - Grant McLaine
Audie Murphy - The Utica Kid
Dan Duryea - Whitey Harbin
Dianne Foster - Charlotte Drew
Elaine Stewart - Verna Kimball
Brandon De Wilde - Joey Adams
Jay C. Flippen - Ben Kimball
Jack Elam - Shotgun

IMDB rating 6.7

Vertigo (1958) Japanese poster
Vertigo (1958) Japanese poster

Vertigo (1958) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 129mins.

James Stewart ... John 'Scottie' Ferguson
Kim Novak ... Madeleine Elster / Judy Barton
Barbara Bel Geddes ... Midge Wood
Tom Helmore ... Gavin Elster
Henry Jones ... Coroner
Raymond Bailey ... Scottie's Doctor

IMDB rating 8.5

Bell Book and Candle (1958) Italian poster
Bell Book and Candle (1958) Italian poster



Bell Book and Candle (1958) Directed by Richard Quine. 106mins.

James Stewart ... Shepherd Henderson
Kim Novak ... Gillian Holroyd
Jack Lemmon ... Nicky Holroyd
Ernie Kovacs ... Sidney Redlitch
Hermione Gingold ... Bianca de Passe
Elsa Lanchester ... Aunt Queenie Holroyd
Janice Rule ... Merle Kittridge

IMDB rating 6.8

Anatomy of a Murder (1959) Belgian poster
Anatomy of a Murder (1959) Belgian poster


Anatomy of a Murder (1959) Directed by Otto Preminger. 160mins.

James Stewart - Paul Biegler
Lee Remick - Laura Manion
Ben Gazzara - Lt. Frederick Manion
Arthur O'Connell - Parnell McCarthy
Eve Arden - Maida Rutledge
Kathryn Grant - Mary Pilant
George C. Scott - Claude Dancer
Murray Hamilton - Alphonse Paquette

IMDB rating 8.1

The FBI Story (1959) French poster
The FBI Story (1959) French poster


The FBI Story (1959) Directed by Mervyn LeRoy. 149mins.

James Stewart - John Michael Hardesty
Vera Miles - Lucy Ann Hardesty
Murray Hamilton - Sam Crandall
Larry Pennell - George Crandall
Nick Adams - John Gilbert Graham
Diane Jergens - Jennie Hardesty

IMDB rating 6.5

Two Rode Together (1961)
Two Rode Together (1961)



Two Rode Together (1961) Directed by John Ford. 109mins.

James Stewart - Marshal Guthrie McCabe
Richard Widmark - First Lt. Jim Gary
Shirley Jones - Marty Purcell
Linda Cristal - Elena de la Madriaga
Andy Devine - Sgt. Darius P. Posey
John McIntire - Maj. Frazer
Henry Brandon - Chief Quanah Parker
Harry Carey Jr. - Ortho Clegg

IMDB rating 6.8

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) Directed by John Ford. 123mins.

John Wayne - Tom Doniphon
James Stewart - Ransom Stoddard
Vera Miles - Hallie Stoddard
Lee Marvin - Liberty Valance
Edmond O'Brien - Dutton Peabody
Andy Devine - Marshal Link Appleyard
John Carradine - Maj. Cassius Starbuckle
Woody Strode - Pompey
Strother Martin - Floyd
Lee Van Cleef - Reese

IMDB rating 8.1

How the West Was Won (1962)
How the West Was Won (1962)

How the West Was Won (1962) Directed by Henry Hathaway, John Ford and George Marshall. 164mins.

Carroll Baker - Eve Prescott
Lee J. Cobb - Marshal Lou Ramsey
Henry Fonda - Jethro Stuart
Carolyn Jones - Julie Rawlings
Karl Malden - Zebulon Prescott
Gregory Peck - Cleve Van Valen
George Peppard - Zeb Rawlings
Robert Preston - Roger Morgan
Debbie Reynolds - Lilith Prescott
James Stewart - Linus Rawlings
Eli Wallach - Charlie Gant
John Wayne - Gen. Sherman
Richard Widmark - Mike King
Walter Brennan - Col. Jeb Hawkins
Andy Devine - Cpl. Peterson
Raymond Massey - Abraham Lincoln
Agnes Moorehead - Rebecca Prescott
Harry Morgan - Gen. Ulysses S. Grant
Thelma Ritter - Agatha Clegg
Russ Tamblyn - Confederate deserter
Spencer Tracy - Narrated By

IMDB rating 7.0

Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962)
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962)



Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962) Directed by Henry Koster. 116mins.

James Stewart - Mr. Hobbs
Maureen O'Hara - Peggy
Fabian - Joe
Lauri Peters - Katey
Lili Gentle - Janie
John Saxon - Byron
John McGiver - Mr. Turner

IMDB rating 6.8

Shenandoah (1965)
Shenandoah (1965)



Shenandoah (1965) Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. 105mins.

James Stewart - Charlie
Doug McClure - Sam
Glenn Corbett - Jacob
Patrick Wayne - James
Rosemary Forsyth - Jennie
Phillip Alford - Boy
Katharine Ross - Ann
George Kennedy - Col. Fairchild

IMDB rating 7.3

Flight of the Phoenix (1965)
Flight of the Phoenix (1965)


The Flight of the Phoenix (1965) Directed by Robert Aldrich. 142mins.

James Stewart - Frank Towns
Richard Attenborough - Lew Moran
Peter Finch - Captain Harris
Hardy Krüger - Heinrich Dorfmann
Ernest Borgnine - Trucker Cobb
Ian Bannen - Crow
Ronald Fraser - Sergeant Watson
Christian Marquand - Dr. Renaud
Dan Duryea - Standish
George Kennedy - Bellamy

IMDB rating 7.6

The Rare Breed (1966)
The Rare Breed (1966)



The Rare Breed (1966) Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. 97mins.

James Stewart - Sam Burnett
Maureen O'Hara - Martha Price
Brian Keith - Alexander Bowen
Juliet Mills - Hilary Price
Jack Elam - Deke Simons
Ben Johnson - Jeff Harter
Harry Carey Jr. - Ed Mabry

IMDB rating 6.2

Firecreek (1968) French poster
Firecreek (1968) French poster

Firecreek (1968) Directed by Vincent McEveety. 104mins.

James Stewart - Johnny Cobb
Henry Fonda - Bob Larkin
Inger Stevens - Evelyn Pittman
Gary Lockwood - Earl
Dean Jagger - Whittier
Ed Begley - Preacher Broyles
Jay C. Flippen - Mr. Pittman
Jack Elam - Norman

IMDB rating 6.7

Bandolero (1968) Japanese poster
Bandolero (1968) Japanese poster

Bandolero! (1968) Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. 106mins.

James Stewart - Mace Bishop
Dean Martin - Dee Bishop
Raquel Welch - Maria Stoner
George Kennedy - Sheriff July Johnson
Andrew Prine - Roscoe Bookbinder
Will Geer - Pop Chaney

IMDB rating 6.4

The Cheyenne Social Club (1970)
The Cheyenne Social Club (1970)

The Cheyenne Social Club (1970) Directed by Gene Kelly. 103mins.

James Stewart - John O'Hanlan
Henry Fonda - Harley Sullivan
Shirley Jones - Jenny
Sue Ane Langdon - Opal Ann
Elaine Devry - Pauline
Robert Middleton - Barkeeper

IMDB rating 6.7

Fools Parade (1971)
Fools Parade (1971)



Fools Parade (1971) UK Title: Dynamite Man from Glory Jail. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. 98mins.

James Stewart - Mattie Appleyard
George Kennedy - 'Doc' Council
Anne Baxter - Cleo
Strother Martin - Lee Cottrill
Kurt Russell - Johnny Jesus
William Windom - Roy K. Sizemore

IMDB rating 6.5

The Shootist (1976)
The Shootist (1976)




The Shootist (1976) Directed by Don Siegel. 100mins.

John Wayne - J.B. Books
Lauren Bacall - Bond Rogers
James Stewart - Dr. Hostetler
Ron Howard - Gillom Rogers
Richard Boone - Sweeney
Hugh O'Brian - Pulford
Harry Morgan - Marshall Thibido
John Carradine - Beckum
Sheree North - Serepta
Scatman Crothers - Moses

IMDB rating 7.6

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fpherj48 4 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Jimmy Stewart was without a doubt, another one of the Greats! He was a much-loved actor, who had a style all his own, with a voice to go along with it. My favorites or perhaps the ones that stand out to me...."Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"..."It's a Wonderful World."........and Oh, Steve.....have you read some of the big hullabaloo over Clint Eastwood's little skit on stage, at Romney's Nomination Acceptance Gala? It seems some of the public is comparing his skit to Jimmy Stewart in his movie , "Harvey"......lol!!! I actually think that's pretty funny and also a great comparison. !!

Up....+++ and shared!


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Cogerson 4 years ago from Virginia

A wonderful collection of so many great movies. Awesome posters throughout the hub. James Stewart ends the week on a strong note...joining your recent hubs of Bogart, Cagney, K.Hepburn and C. Grant.

As is often the case it seems I watch more of these actors movies after I write a hub on them.....in the last few months I watched The Rare Breed, The Man from Laramie, Vertigo, Rear Window, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Anatomy of a Murder and How the West Was Won.

Speaking of How the West Was Won....love that poster....hard to believe they actually put John Wayne on the poster...I think he was in the movie for about 30 seconds.

Voted up and awesome.....job well done.


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galleryofgrace 4 years ago from Virginia

James Stewart has always been one of my favorite actors. I have an original large size theater poster from 1955 of "Strategic Air Command". Got it several years ago at a second hand shop. Paid less than a dollar for it. It's from a theater in my hometown that I attended as a child. It's very special to me.

Thanks for the article, it's great.


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Mhatter99 4 years ago from San Francisco

Was it Stewart or his movie? Treasures...


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galleryofgrace 4 years ago from Virginia

It was Stewart- didn't matter which movie.


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Steve Lensman 4 years ago from London, England Author

Paula, Bruce, galleryofgrace, Mhatter99, thank you for commenting on my James Stewart poster hub, it is appreciated.

Paula, I saw a clip of that on the news last night, Clint Eastwood talking to the chair. Roger Ebert wasn't happy with that saying that Eastwood used to be his hero. Thank you for sharing!

Hi Bruce, thanks for the kind words, yep John Wayne wasn't in that film much but his name and face on the poster was very important to the studio and would attract a few more punters.

Jimmy Stewart appeared in a lot of westerns, let me count the ones I've listed up there hang on... 17 westerns. He made four films with Hitchcock and seven with Anthony Mann.

galleryofgrace, thanks for commenting, owning old posters can be an investment if you can part with them.

Mhatter99, thanks as always for posting.


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carol7777 4 years ago from Arizona

We all need a trip down memory lane. I lave these posters and lots of memories are returned. Thanks for taking the time to post these. Voted up and shared.


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Steve Lensman 4 years ago from London, England Author

Thank you for commenting, voting and sharing Carol much appreciated.


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fpherj48 4 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Oh yeah? Well, Roger, ya ole snobby stick in the mud......Sh** happens. Anyway....WHO died and left you Eastwood's only critic? It was cute and Clint is 84 yrs. old for heaven's sake......It was sweet of him to do it at all.............


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Steve Lensman 4 years ago from London, England Author

Hehe so Clint "made your day" than? While Roger Ebert is probably busy downgrading all his Eastwood movie reviews. :)


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fpherj48 4 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

I'm just sayin..........these pompous, self-righteous Hollywood critics and gossips make me sick sometimes. Clint Eastwood is an icon....he's up there in years, he's a really wonderful person...aside from his movie career, which is beyond outstanding.... and he even had a successful Political career!.......So, people like Ebert, envious and stuffy....think it's their duty to pounce on someone like Clint and drag the guy down for something so minor. Like I said.....Roger ain't no GOD! OK...I'm done.


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tillsontitan 4 years ago from New York

Oh dear, seems the conversation here moved from Stewart to Eastwood. I'll just bring it back for a moment....Jimmy Stewart is another icon...one who won't be replicated soon. I've seen all but two of the movies listed, but know I now have to see Rope...Hitchock and Stewart are not to be missed.

As always Steve, a great hub with beautiful posters and your inimitable touch!

Voted up, useful, awesome, and interesting.

P.S. I love Clint too.


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Steve Lensman 4 years ago from London, England Author

Hello Mary, I don't think Paula will be reading Ebert's latest movie reviews any time soon. :)

Thanks for the comment and votes, always appreciated.

Rope was an experiment by Hitchcock to see if he can make a film in one long continuous take, movie reels only last about 10 minutes before they need changing so he had to find ways to hide the reel changes. Worth a look and it's in colour too.


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Robwrite 4 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

Hi Steve; I love Jimmy Stewart. He's one of the greatest Hollywood talents ever. He had such a long and varied career. Nice to see his career in photos,

Great job gathering the old posters,

Rob


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Steve Lensman 4 years ago from London, England Author

Hi Rob, thanks for commenting. Stewart has so many top rated movies, his highest rated on this page is Rear Window and It's a Wonderful Life, followed by Vertigo.

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